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Full text of "Gadaba"

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; EE           : pe : n       = you (are) elder (plural)



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a" In * tn/wi rt * its* * Tt          "n



  ill * IHUWJ   !Iu .11           



From the proooailaal suffixes at the   erd,  it can  be treated

a full



4. The suffix / ka/ joins the adjective optionally. It Is not

specific where and when it jolas. However it does not make

any                in the



: n              =          tree



meyye : a la         = short tree



 big

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=, big



5.    5J. When nouns are used as adjectives either/ ka/or/ wo :



joins the nous.



&           j



I ma : y 2 susuw ka 3 ja : na = 1 three 2 legged 3 creature



ti

1 u : na 2 susow wo : 3 ja : na = 1 four 2 legged 3 creature



5.2.   Evea without these two suffixes a noun can precede as

an adjective.



Cl



1 padi    2 susuw ne : n 3 jana = 1 ten 2 legged   3 creature

ba : ne : Q 1               = cattle herd



mu : y sa : dn      = one dav



"                                       >



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1 ta : ta :         2 siedirl = 1 palmyrah 2 umberella



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/jana,/  /na : du,/   /coanda,/ are Telugu words meaning,



w



being, day, and herd*